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Shinkyo (sacred bridge), a red lacquered span that arches gracefully across the Daiya River, Nikko, Japan.

The moment that I got off the plane - early in the morning - a taxi-driver named Jem would pick me up and start suggesting tourist attractions. I'd turn this down, saying that I first needed to go the hotel and check in; Jem however would insist upon me doing that later, and before I could object, start to drive me to this magnificent view.

Kintai Bridge - Historical wooden arch bridge, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan

Eitai-bashi bridge over the Sumida Rive - Tokyo, Japan